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History of Poland in 10 minutes. Really worth seeing!


McCoy 27 | 1,275
22 Sep 2008 #31
other history of Poland video

youtube.com/v/3lSaYx6ttuE

about poles and holocaust

The Polish - Lithuanian Commonwealth

polish - hungarian brotherhood:

youtube.com/v/_YJVO6jPaR0
Sasha 2 | 1,083
23 Sep 2008 #32
As Russians use to say: vot ti daiosh, vania ti bliad

Oh please... don't spam the thread with that illiterate nonsense. If the only thing you know in Russian is swearing, then I condole with you. I've never heard of the expression you came up with.

I believe Russian society deserves better president not those xenophobic ones

I absolutely agree with you. 100%. I'm free, not binded and that's not problem for me to admit that putin and medvedev are far from being perfect. But the point is that you're not ready to admit Saakashvili is much worse and simply destroy your society, originality and your cultural values.

Unfortunatelly I couldn't manage to see any scent of soberness in your posts. Neither could you in my posts, I believe which is logical. Your mates are "nashi".

If you know any other sources/version then please share with us. I'm sure we will enjoy them

I'm still trying to find the most detailed version which I remember I read.
z_darius 14 | 3,968
24 Sep 2008 #33
Was the holocaust not part of Polish history?

That's a tricky question.
Polish historians used to say some 6.5 million Poles were killed during WW2. Jewish historians made corrections ans sad 3 mil of those were not Poles but Jews, even though the sad Jews had lived in Poland for generations.

Also, the word holocaust is copyrighted by some Jewish business so it cannot be applied to Poles. Ergo, holocaust may not be a really a part of Poland's history, as per the wishes of our Jewish brethren.

But that's OK, holocaust is a Jewish business and "there is no business like shoah business"
noimmigration
24 Sep 2008 #34
Russian version sounds simple: We've won all battles and liberated all of you.
And now we are going to win The Mother of All Battles with the Great Satan lol.

Name me one twentieth century battle that poland won and cite sources. ?
yehudi 1 | 433
24 Sep 2008 #35
holocaust is a Jewish business

Yes. All we care about is money. Maybe the holocaust was all a jewish idea. What a genius theory you came up with. Go crawl back under a rock.
z_darius 14 | 3,968
24 Sep 2008 #36
Maybe the holocaust was all a jewish idea.

I don't think it was. But exterminating entire tribes wasn't something Jews would shy away from. Heck, they pride themselves in that.
Matyjasz 2 | 1,544
24 Sep 2008 #37
Name me one twentieth century battle that poland won and cite sources. ?

Battle of Warsaw, 13-25 August 1920 caried out bewteen Poland and Bolshevist Russia, included by a british historian, lord Edgar Vincent D'Abernon to 18 most significant battles in the world history. Here is your source:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Warsaw_(1920)

How does that foot taste in your mouth? ;)
noimmigration
24 Sep 2008 #38
Didnt get you very far. The russians still had you under their boot after 1945 :)
Bratwurst Boy 6 | 10,423
24 Sep 2008 #39
to 18 most significant battles in the world history....

Which were the other 17?
yehudi 1 | 433
25 Sep 2008 #40
But exterminating entire tribes wasn't something Jews would shy away from. Heck, they pride themselves in that.

I assume you're referring to things that occured in the Bible more than 3000 years ago. Whatever we did then I can't deny or comment about. But I don't see where we've taken pride in that. Where do you see that?
THT 1 | 7
25 Sep 2008 #41
Thanks
This is really great
GeoLawyer - | 20
25 Sep 2008 #42
Name me one twentieth century battle that poland won and cite sources. ?

Hey you, name one battle that Russians won... How foolish they are who think that Russia won any battle… then do not forget to realize the consequences and answer to the question if it was real victory
Dekameron 1 | 146
25 Sep 2008 #43
Name me one twentieth century battle that poland won and cite sources. ?

The entire 1920 war when we kicked the red army so hard it went into complete dissaray ?

The battle of Mokra during WW2 and countless other battles of the September Campaign ?

I'd cite sources but you dont deserve the effort you little prick.
celinski 31 | 1,258
25 Sep 2008 #44
The entire 1920 war when we kicked the red army so hard it went into complete dissaray ?

Just wanted to add that Soviets needed Nazi's help in 1939 not to mention "Katyn" and other crimes commited prior to start of war.
pgtx 30 | 3,158
4 May 2010 #45
Animated History of Poland
community.platige.com/news/349?lng=en

It takes a few hours' queue to get into Polish pavilion at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai. One of its attractions is 3D stereo "Animated History of Poland" prepared Platige Image animators, directed by Tomek Bagiński. It is one of a few productions done by Platige Image for EXPO exhibition. We present 30 second trailer of the film. Soon, full version of the film will be available for fans of our work worldwide.

Dougpol2 1 | 76
4 May 2010 #46
Dougpol got banned for his anti-Kaczynski views. It's a good job Son of Dougpol is here to keep up the good fight. Censorship never wins out, totalitarianism should have taught Poles that, shirley?
Mr Grunwald 23 | 1,662
5 May 2010 #47
It takes a few hours’ queue to get into Polish pavilion at EXPO 2010 in Shanghai. One of its attractions is 3D stereo “Animated History of Poland” prepared Platige Image animators,

I WANT TO SEE THAT "MOVIE"!!!! I WOULD KILL FOR SEEING IT!!! :((((
pgtx 30 | 3,158
5 May 2010 #48
I WANT TO SEE THAT "MOVIE"!!!!

me too... calm down... it's gonna be available soon...
Paulina 9 | 1,448
5 May 2010 #49
Yes please. :) It's interesting for me which of my words might be read as "racist" and "anti-polish".

Well...:

the most educated pshek ever

"Pshek" can be used as derogatory term ;)

But I don't think Sasha is anti-polish :)

I didn't know it was only Polish-Lithuanian army that won the Grunvald battle. :))) Something new for me...

Not only, there were also Rusini, Czesi, Mołdawianie, Tatarzy, but I guess Polish-Lithuanian army were the main forces. Those who took part in the battle:

pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bitwa_pod_Grunwaldem#Uczestnicy

I WANT TO SEE THAT "MOVIE"!!!!

Me too :)))
Sasha 2 | 1,083
5 May 2010 #50
"Pshek" can be used as derogatory term ;)

Pay attention to the date of this post and the general atmosphere of the discussion with Mac. :) We'd been at odds first time. :))
Besides, Dekameron was obviously referring to some my posts in other threads.
Paulina 9 | 1,448
5 May 2010 #51
Pay attention to the date of this post

LOL Right, I didn't notice it ;))) I'm still "new" to this forum and didn't read it much ;)

and the general atmosphere of the discussion with Mac. :) We'd been at odds first time. :))

OK, I can see now that McCoy first wrote "you ruskas".
I just don't like when people use derogatory terms for nationalities, even in the heat of discussion.
Drac90 1 | 74
5 May 2010 #52
we also won Vilnus and some part of Czechoslovakia
not to mention we were fightin in WW2 on all fronts with Nazis
polish flag for exemple was first on Monte Cassino

Which were the other 17?

but the whole victory of allied forces was result of hard work of all allied countries tho :D i just dont like the fact that polish particiption in that war is understamited often :D
Mr Grunwald 23 | 1,662
7 May 2010 #53
me too... calm down... it's gonna be available soon...

BUT I WANT TO SEE IT!!! :(((((((((((((((((

Me too :)))

WE ALL WANT TO!!!

"Pshek" can be used as derogatory term ;)

But I don't think Sasha is anti-polish :)

Anti-Polish buah? Hhahahahaha that's a good one Sasha anti-Polish lalalala funny
That's like calling me Germanophob lol
Paulina 9 | 1,448
7 May 2010 #54
WE ALL WANT TO!!!

;D

Anti-Polish buah? Hhahahahaha that's a good one Sasha anti-Polish lalalala funny
That's like calling me Germanophob lol

OK, I get it, I get it :)))
But it wasn't me who called him anti-Polish so take it easy ;)
Sasha 2 | 1,083
7 May 2010 #55
I just don't like when people use derogatory terms for nationalities

Me neither, however one can sometimes make a good use of it. The feature I appreciate in Poles the most is that they are usually straightforward. They don't bother their head on how to come across wearing put on political correctness. That appeals to me; that's how I'm trying to behave and that's how I expect others to behave, since it casts a seed for a sincere and open discussion which finally reveals who is who.

I'm still "new" to this forum and didn't read it much ;)

Then "dobro pozhalovat" (welcome). :) Yet it seems like you read Russian forums, blogs dedicated to Poland. Would be great if you could share your perspectives on what you pick up from there.
Paulina 9 | 1,448
8 May 2010 #56
Me neither, however one can sometimes make a good use of it

Yes, I know what you mean.
But I guess some people can change their ways when they realise that their behaviour is wrong and not accepted by others ;)

Then "dobro pozhalovat" (welcome). :)

Thanks :)

Yet it seems like you read Russian forums, blogs dedicated to Poland. Would be great if you could share your perspectives on what you pick up from there.

Um... What exactly do you have in mind? ;) Because on the internet you pick up a lot of stuff, both good and bad. One could write a book about it, I guess ;) In short, I got to know Russians better, I think (in fact, before I didn't know them at all :)), or, at least, some of them. And Poles. And myself :)

And I've noticed that we all just want to get along, but somehow it's not that easy ;)

However, lately I can see a light on the horizon :) Some hope. A wind of change coming from the Russian authorities, especially president Medvedev. Or at least it looks like it ;)

And on the 9th of May I'm going to kindle a light of my own at the Soviet cemetery in my city :)
Mr Grunwald 23 | 1,662
8 May 2010 #57
so take it easy ;)

Nevah ;)

The feature I appreciate in Poles the most is that they are usually straightforward.

I <3 it
Zski - | 1
9 May 2010 #58
Interesting thanks for posting the link.
polishhunter 1 | 15
31 Jul 2010 #59
polish history in 10 mins

metacafe.com/watch/1492672/polish_history_in_10_minutes/

specialy for foreigners who want to learn polish history
convex 20 | 3,978
31 Jul 2010 #60
Polish history for those who drink the koolaid.

"they saw Polands ideas of freedom and democracy threatening" bwahahaha...


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